|Djelic talks with associations of former owners of seized property||Greece: Dozens of archaeological sites, museums to be open for August Full Moon||Goods from Serbia again allowed to cross at Brnjak||Kosovo Government softens stance on agreement for North||Wildfires on Lesvos, Corfu; inhabited regions threatened in Laconia||Greece: Taxi owners' strike continues till Friday||Spring 2011 Standard Eurobarometer: Europeans more confident about the economy||Summing up the first month of the Polish Presidency||Turkish companies to invest in Greece and Romania||Romania's only street of medieval craftsmen in Sibiu||Croatia to get Google Street View||Serbian Pink TV may ban Croatian music and film over owner's yacht dispute||Croatia: Institute of Public Finance criticises government's fiscal policy guidelines||Google's phone calling service launches in Bulgaria||BH: Police arrest 11 Bosnian customs officers||Croatian state leaders unveil monument to Storm in Knin||EC report to reflect Serbia's progress in all areas||First reinforcement from Austria to KFOR arrives in Kosovo||Sutanovac on working visit to USA|
06:31 06:42 | 0 | Emg.rs, Beta
In a brief statement to BETA after the meeting, Stefanovic said he was going back to Kosovo and Metohija and that the talks with Cooper would continue shortly, but he did not give the exact time.
06:37 11:44 | 0 | Emg.rs, Beta
The Serbian government decided to deploy 75 tons of foodstuffs from the food reserves to the municipality of Leposavic to help the Serb people in northern Kosovo and Metohija. Last night,KFOR soldiers did not allow any vehicle carrying any goods or foods to enter the province
06:47 | 0 | Tanjug
Russia believes the Pristina government's attempt to unilaterally and forcefully change the situation in northern Kosovo is a threat to security in the region and supports Belgrade's stance that problems should be solved through dialogue, Russian Ambassador in Belgrade Alexander
06:50 | 0 | Tanjug
The Kosovo Security Council on Monday adopted recommendations to hire security agencies to enforce law and order in northern Kosovo and intervene in case Kosovo's sovereignty and constitutional order are threatened.
06:52 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia's export of agricultural products totalled around USD 1.1 billion in the first half of 2011, which is 33.7 per cent more than in the same period last year, expert Vojislav Stankovic of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce (PKS) told Tanjug.
06:56 | 0 | Beta
Kosovo President Atifete Jahjaga on Aug. 1 said it was the sovereign right of the Republic of Kosovo to control its borders.
07:45 | 0 | Tanjug
Police said in a release that unknown attackers smashed windows on the premises of an Islamic center in Novi Sad early Monday morning.
07:46 | 0 | Emg.rs
"I wish you that the upcoming days be a chance to rebuild fundamental human and moral values, with the hope that we will continue to cherish tolerance, respect tradition and live together in peace and harmony in the years to come too,” reads the letter of greetings
10:00 | 0 | Tanjug
Monday night was quiet in Kosovo-Metohija (KiM), with local Serbs protesting against the unilateral attempts by Pristina to establish control over that part of the province by blocking roads leading to central Serbia.
11:45 | 0 | Tanjug
China fully respects the sovereignty and the territorial integrity of Serbia and it is committed to a peaceful resolution of the Kosovo issue through dialogue, all in keeping with UN Security Council Resolution 1244, Tanjug learned at the Chinese Embassy, following the latest
14:22 | 0 | Tanjug
The situation regarding the necessary medical supplies in the hospital in Kosovska Mitrovica is somewhat better than in the previous days, Director of Kosovska Mitrovica Hospital Milan Jakovljevic stated on Tuesday.
14:26 | 0 | Tanjug
German Ambassador to Kosovo Ernst Reichel believes that the crisis in north Kosovo can be resolved only through negotiations.
18:39 | 0 | Tanjug
NATO Spokesperson Carmen Romero stated on Tuesday that the Alliance would reinforce its presence in Kosovo so that soldiers who have been in charge of protecting security ever since tension escalated last week could get some rest, the Associated Press reported from Brussels.
18:44 | 0 | Tanjug
EULEX began an investigation into the incidents at Jarinje and Brnjak crossings and it is in the process of collecting evidence, EULEX spokesperson Irina Gudeljevic said Tuesday.